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the aggregate fruit (nut) characteristic of beets, goosefoot, and other plants of the family Chenopodiaceae. In every flower the leaflets of the perianth envelop the ovary with their recurved tips, which coalesce and later develop into utricles.

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Prostatic utricle cysts result from the regression of the Mullerian paramesonephric ducts or decreased androgenic stimulation of the urogenital sinus.
Warchol, also at the University of Virginia, and their co-workers began the second study with utricle tissue removed from humans and guinea pigs.
This revealed that the utricle and saccule, also known as the otoliths, directly affected brain blood flow regulation, independent of other factors, such as blood pressure.
There was not a site-specific preponderance for the urethra, ejaculatory ducts, prostatic ducts, or utricle.
Traditionally, genera have been distinguished on the basis of differences in the morphology of the utricle and rachilla (i.
The contents of the inner ear are removed, including the otolithic organs, especially the utricle with its attached ampullae beneath the horizontal fallopian canal.
Prostatic duct adenocarcinoma (PDA), originally believed to represent endometrial carcinoma derived from the prostatic utricle,[5] may present as a papillary mass in the prostatic urethra and typically is associated with hematuria and/or obstructive symptoms, thus clinically mimicking BPEPs.
I think that this is because of the stimulation of sensory cells of the utricle by the otoconial bolus.
3] Originally, ductal carcinoma of the prostate was thought to have arisen from the prostatic utricle in the form of a mullerian ductal structure; however, immunohistochemistry studies have since shown that this rare form of prostate cancer arises from the prostatic ducts themselves.
These sensory cells are found in the cristae at the ampullated ends of the semicircular canals and in the maculae of the utricle and sacculus.
3] and (2) a transverse excision through the proximal prostate, leaving the distal prostate, including the distal adenoma and seminal vesicles and utricle, intact.
We assume that the mechanism of the falling sensation is related to the fact that the particles fall into the utricle during the final (sitting) position of the Epley maneuver.